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Michael Guy  says:

Vote for your MCN Man of the year

VOTING HAS NOW CLOSED In what has been another brilliant year in the world of motorcycle racing there is once again an array of outstanding riders vying to secure your vote in MCN’s Man of the Year competition. While there have been stand out performances in virtually every class of racing, highlights include the epic battle for the British Superbike crown which...

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Rogerborg

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Rogerborg says:

Write in vote

Mike Penning, Minister for Road Safety.  Never mind your track fantasies, he's fighting a rearguard to keep road biking alive and viable.

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bushdeck

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bushdeck says:

simoncelli a hero cut short a rider of a decade

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manxhornet

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manxhornet says:

Man of the Year

Has to be Marco. A fitting tribute to a fantastic racer. Moto GP will not be the same without him.    

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petejh

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petejh says:

man of the year

has to be Casey for me.

i wasnt his biggest fan before the 2011 season started but he just showed everyone (especially the other Honda riders) just how it was done.

The fact was illustrated with Rossi's struggle with the ducati and it is only now that we know how good Casey really is.

we will all miss Marco terribly and even now i cant believe he wont be lining up on the grid in Qatar, his star was beginning to shine . the gut wrenching thing is we will never know what he would have gone on to achieve.

R.I.P MARCO

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rusek81

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rusek81 says:

Heart says Sic everytime

But i'd have to go with Conor Cummins. To attack the TT with the same determination and speed when it nearly killed him a year before. Total commitment and huuuuuuuuuge gonads!

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artos1950

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artos1950 says:

they are all greats but my heart goes to my first motorbike sport sogreg it has to be

 

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dropdeadfred

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dropdeadfred says:

None of these

I've voted for Hopper just cos of his hard as nails determination in the showdown races.

BUT!!!       I personally think it should 1 of 2 other people, Rutter for his 7th Macau win or Hutchinson for his 3rd in the same race, his 1st back after his injuries.

DDF

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R30Paul

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R30Paul says:

Hopper - for what he did...

Marco - for what he was doing...

...voted Hopper

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cbr1100sy

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cbr1100sy says:

For me it was a choice between James Roseland and Marco Simoncelli I went for Simoncelli as he brought the excitement back to Moto Gp and is such a loss at a very young age.

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cbr1100sy

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cbr1100sy says:

Toseland not Roseland god dam predictive text

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